The joint pdf of random variables X and Y is given by f(x.y)-k if 0 s...
2. The joint pdf of random variables X and Y is given by f(x.y) k if 0 sysxs2 and f(x,y)-0 otherwise. a. Find the value of k b. Find the marginal pdfs of X and Y. Are X and Y independent? c. Find Covariance (X,Y) and Correlation(X,Y). Why cannot we say that X and Y have linear relation Yea X+ b, where a and b are real numbers?
Let X and Y be continuous random variables with joint pdf fx y (x, y)-3x, 0 Sy and zero otherwise. 2. sx, a. What is the marginal pdf of X? b. What is the marginal pdf of Y? c. What is the expectation of X alone? d. What is the covariance of X and Y? e. What is the correlation of X and Y?
Problem 2 - Three Continuous Random Variables Suppose X,Y,Z have joint pdf given by fx,YZ(xgz) = k xyz if 0 S$ 1,0 rS 1,0 25 1 ) and fxyZ(x,y,z) = 0, otherwise. (a) Find k so that fxyz(x.yz) is a genuine probability density function. (b) Are X,Y,Z independent? (c) Find PXs 1/2, Y s 1/3, Z s1/4). (d) Find the marginal pdf fxy(x.y). (e) Find the marginal pdf fx(x). Problem 2 - Three Continuous Random Variables Suppose X,Y,Z have joint...
2. Let the random variables X and Y have the joint PDF given below: S 2e-2-Y 0 < x < y < fxy(x,y) = { 0 otherwise (a) Find P(X+Y < 2). (b) Find the marginal PDFs of X and Y. (c) Find the conditional PDF of Y|X = r. (d) Find P(Y <3|X = 1).
Suppose the joint pdf of random variables X and Y is f(x,y) = c/x, 0 < y < x < 1. a) Find constant c that makes f (x, y) a valid joint pdf. b) Find the marginal pdf of X and the marginal pdf of Y. Remember to provide the supports c) Are X and Y independent? Justify
2. Let X and Y be continuous random variables with joint probability density function fx,y(x,y) 0, otherwise (a) Compute the value of k that will make f(x, y) a legitimate joint probability density function. Use f(x.y) with that value of k as the joint probability density function of X, Y in parts (b),(c).(d),(e (b) Find the probability density functions of X and Y. (c) Find the expected values of X, Y and XY (d) Compute the covariance Cov(X,Y) of X...
(7 points) Suppose X and Y are continuous random variables such that the pdf is f(x,y) xy with 0 sx s 1,0 s ys 1. a) Draw a graph that illustrates the domain of this pdf. b) Find the marginal pdfs of X and Y c) Compute μΧ, lly, σ' , σ' , Cov(X,Y),and ρ d) Determine the equation of the least squares regression line and draw it on your graph. (7 points) Suppose X and Y are continuous random...
Two random variables have joint PDF of F(x, y) = 0 for x < 0 and y < 0 for 0 <x< 1 and 0 <y<1 1. for x > 1 and y> 1 a) Find the joint and marginal pdfs. b) Use F(x, y) and find P(X<0.75, Y> 0.25), P(X<0.75, Y = 0.25), P(X<0.25)
2. Let X and Y be continuous random variables with joint pdf fx.y (x. y)- 3x, 0 Syx, and zero otherwise. a. b. c. d. e. What is the marginal pdf of X? What is the marginal pdf of Y? What is the expectation of X alone? What is the covariance of X and Y? What is the correlation of X and Y?
Let X and Y be continuous random variables with joint pdf fx.v (x, y)-3x, OSysx<1, and zero otherwise. a. b. c. d. e. What is the marginal pdf of X? What is the marginal pdf of Y? What is the expectation of X alone? What is the covariance of X and Y? What is the correlation of X and Y?